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First Link

by Phil Smedley II

Phil Smedley II and friends take you on a Christian/Gospel inspired instrumental journey with compositions that touch a range of emotions with soothing progressions, unforgettable melodies, all the way to grooves that will make you move.
Genre: Spiritual: Instrumental Gospel
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1. Proverbs 3:6 (feat. Apostle Patrick Brown)
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2:11 album only
2. Gravitational Pull (feat. Brandon Chapman & Stephen Calloway)
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3. Full Court Press (feat. Cedric Easton & Anthony Martin)
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4. Gratitude (from Drummers Paradise Vol.1)
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5. Psalms 133 (feat. Ray Kelley, Josh Boyd & Stephen Mixson)
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6. Unmerited Favor (feat. Destani Flowers)
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7. Peace (Interlude)
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8. Fervent (feat. Walter Burger)
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9. Fly
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10. Epiphany
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11. Moon Waves (feat. Anthony Martin)
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12. I Owe It All (feat. Aaron Jackson)
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13. I'm in Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
First Link is a collection of soulful, smooth and grooving tunes that will have your head moving and feet tapping every time you listen. Phil is known as a versatile musician and has played different instruments in various genres, but these are ideas and songs that he has written, composed, arranged and his creativity shines through. Phil has enlisted the help of a few of his musical friends to help paint the musical picture he wants to portray and deliver the feel and sound that he has envisioned.

Apostle Patrick Brown sets the listening atmosphere with a powerful prayer, "Proverbs 3:6". Great musicians like, Anthony Martin, Stephen Calloway, Ray Kelley and Destani Flowers ignite the fire, playing Electric Bass on various songs, as well as Phil playing a few songs himself on Electric Bass. Guitarist Brandon Chapman brings his amazing riffs and runs to "Gravitational Pull". Drummer/Bassist Cedric Easton shines on drums with "Full Court Press", and Drummer Stephen Mixson shares his amazing gift on "Psalms 133" while Phil plays drums on all of the other songs. Keyboardist Walter Burger brings his energy playing Lead Synth on "Fervent" and Keyboardist Josh Boyd brings the growl of the Hammond B3 to "Psalms 133" while Phil lays the foundation on the keys in each song. Phil briefly shares his vocal ability on a few songs, and the Spoken Word from Aaron Jackson captivates the listener with his awesome poetic skills on "I Owe It All".

This is the first of many albums and compositions that Phil plans to share in the future, so make sure you get the "First Link" and get ready for an amazing musical ride.

1. Proverbs 3:6 - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Prayer - Apostle Patrick Brown
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

2. Gravitational Pull - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Stephen Calloway
Guitar - Brandon Chapman
Mixed by Ross Davis

3. Full Court Press - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Cedric Easton
Electric Bass - Anthony Martin
Mixed by Ross Davis

4. Gratitude - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

5. Psalms 133 - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Stephen Mixson
Electric Bass - Ray Kelley
Organ - Josh Boyd
Mixed by Ross Davis

6. Unmerited Favor - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys, Organ & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Destani Flowers
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

7. Peace (Interlude) - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Drums & Percussion - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Bryan Goolsby

8. Fervent - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys, Organ & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Lead Synth - Walter Burger
Key Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

9. Fly - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

10. Epiphany - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys, Organ & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Key Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

11. Moon Waves - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Anthony Martin
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis

12. I Owe It All - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums - Phil Smedley II
Vocals - Phil Smedley II
Spoken Word - Aaron Jackson
Mixed by Ross Davis

13. I'm In Love - Written & Arranged by Phil Smedley II
Keys & additional sounds - Phil Smedley II
Electric & Key Bass - Phil Smedley II
Drums -Phil Smedley II
Vocals - Phil Smedley II
Mixed by Ross Davis







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